Sabina Chege speaks on dating John De Mathew [Video]

John De Mathew was buried on Saturday

Murang'a Woman Representative Sabina Chege

Murang’a Woman Representative Sabina Chege on Saturday addressed allegations of dating John De Mathew, confirming what actually happened amidst.

Speaking at the burial of the famous Musician, Chege disclosed that she knew De Mathew when she was a broadcaster at a local media house from where a friendship grew.

She clarified that contrary to the media media reports, she never dated the musician and has no child with the deceased.

“Wale ambao wamesema niko na mtoto NA De Mathew, mngemuona hapa na mmeona watoto wake wote(Those claiming that I have a child with De Mathew, If I had a child with him you would have seen the child here today alongside his other children)

“Wale ambao walisema nilikuwa mpenzi wa De Mathew, sisi wote tumekuja hapa kwa sababu tulikuwa tunampenda sana. (To those claiming that I was De Mathew’s lover, we are all gathered here because we dealrly loved him)”, said the lawmaker.

She confirmed that she was one of the dancers and even produced a song with the deceased and was not involved beyond that.

"Kwa wale ambao wameandika maneno mengi sana, mmeona bibi wa De Mathew Sabina na Caroline.( To those who have been spreading the news, you have all seen his wives Sabina and Caroline)", Chege stated.

She condemned the press for dragging her into the mix, alleging that she had an affair with the deceased.

Media has been awash with reports on the alleged love affair between the legislator and the deceased musician.

Reports further allege that the lawmaker dumped De Mathew for controversial bishp James Nganga.

“We would not have liked to embarrass John when he was alive…To those who are writing about such issues, please know that John has a family. Apart from being in politics, I am also a mother and I have a family. I demand my respect.” Added Chege.

The musician who 375 songs perished in a road accident along Thika road and was buried yesterday at a ceremony that was attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto among others.

Below is the video of the legislator making the clarification, courtesy of NTV.


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